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  • The Maud Adams You Don’t Know

    The Maud Adams You Don’t Know

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    Maude Adams (not Maud Adams the Bond Girl, she doesn’t have the “e”) was an astonishingly successful stage actor who burst onto the New York stage in 1896 with J. M. Barrie’s The Little Minister and in 1905 played the title role in Barrie’s Peter Pan. Alphonse Mucha painted her. She toured with her own…

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Need a new dress for a special occasion? Mail-order one from Best and Company. Yes, it was that easy to shop when you were a customer of Albert Best’s department store. His advertising postcards alerted his clientele to the “Smart new additions to the famous American Golfer line of ladies dresses that fit beautifully into your wardrobe plans and your budget as well.” Best & Co. Fifth Avenue at 51st Street

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